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May 1, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 5

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u* Colu mn By HAL BOYLE New /York-OT-How to gay uations appears to be that wives , [oodbye to your wife in the morn- tig? More -.- and more thoughtful Americans believe this -is Ihe cru- lial matrimonial problem of mod- trn times. At least 1 sometimes ;«t that impression after listening to wives discuss the subject. All agree that their husbands, Ihoughtful'though they may be on · other occasions', have neglected the ·rt of delivering the daily farewell. "My husband is in a fog from the time he gets up until he goes out the door," one wife complained. "Sometimes 1 v/ish he would even beat me -- anything to sho'w he realized I am alive."Another w i f e objected to the .-· pe'ck on the cheek her mate gave her en route to his coat and hat. "There is no greater insult than an absent-minded kiss," she affirmed. ' 6everal about the silent treatment accorded them toy husbands with a chronic habit of reading the nevs- pafper at breakfast. One -'wife said that whenever her husband laughed at something he was reading and she asl-ed him what up with, glazed eyes and said, "who?" The- basic trouble in these sit- more wives' groused was funny, he just looked HEAVY MIXED ARKANSAS Broiler Hatchery feel they are doomed to another lonely day in the home while hubby is off to another gay gallop ' at the office. The . husbands, on the other hand,'don't intend to be thoughtless. They simply aren't awake yet. No man every really comes .to his noon. full senses before But if a fellow can do his work all morning at the office while half-asleep,' there is no reason why he can't train himself to give his wife a convincing goodbye in the s\me condition before, leaving home. It just takes a little training. Look at a horse--he can sleep standing up. The first thing to decide is what kind of a goodbye will really impress your wife. Then practice doing it until it becomes automatic. Young wives like the robust romantic touch. If you have one of ttiese, 'simply ..wipe the egg from your mouth, bend her backward over, the breakfast table, kiss her fervently and murmur--"Till dusk." Naturally the spinal column of middle-aged wives might, crack under this treatment--or yout own teight, if you are a middle-aged husband. Perhaps, if you fall in this category, it would be simpler merely to 'grasp both her hands and say fondly, "Life wouldn't be the same without you, hon." The invention of baseball is credited to Abncr Doubleday in 1839. Congress Asked To Aid In Trimming Red Tape Connected With Travel Abroad / 2 GALLON Vanilla Ice Cream 63c Holland Brat. lotktr Plant F anon A N N O U N C E S THE A P P O I N T M E N T OF the Co. HOME OF BETTER HEARING 17 N. Locust St. Fayetleville, Ark. AS AUTHORIZED DEALER AND SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE FOR \jfanon ' , · HEARING AIDS :i this new datler to fare your hearing tested or for servicing nf your present hearing aia r By SAM DAWSON Now.York-OT-A record number of Americans are expctcd to travel to foreign land3 this'sum- mer. And a majority likely will find their feel t'anfrled in red'tape. A drive is under way to smooth their path. The drive actually is little more than a squawk as yet But Congress is being ' vrged to simplify customs.rules,, and other countries are being asked to cul away the. costly .and irritating red tape in international trade a n c travel. Uncle Sam, incidentally/is said to be one of, the worst offenders. . , '! . First-time international travelers will be more numerous than ever--and the mosflikel. to be confused and. harassed--Sir William P. Hildred, director general of the International Air Transport Association, .fears. He predicts the new low-fare tourist service across the, Atlantic which the airlines : start tomorrow will bring trans-Atlantic passengers this year to : "600,000 as against 340,000 last year. "The procedures of customs, health and'-immigration inspectors will, be entirely new and probably irksome, to them," he says. 'He thinks the'll airlines on the trans- Atlantic route will. find it easier tos transport this . flood of new travelers, than to socHhe their tempers during the checks and delays of border crossings. And he pleads f"r streamlining. A . businessman's group--t h,e United States Council ot the International Chamber of Commerce- agrees. It appeals tpday to government officials, legislators, businessmen, farmers, workers and the general public to pressure governments everywhere to remove unnecessary red tape. The council has ideas about what should be done. A passport should be all the identification needed, it says. Entry visas should be abol- isried wherever they are still used. Police certificates of good eon duct are just meaningless pap work, the council adds. Nor shou governments continue the conimo practice of insisting on surrend of passports to government off cials. , ' The period of vaccinations, in noculatjons and certificates health . should be standardize Some governments won't accept small pox vaccination as 'vah after one year, and some will to three years. Some of the complexities or for eign travel,and trade are bein attacked In a customs simplifica lion bill which the U. S. Hous has passed and sent to the Senal DOROTHY DIX -- CONTINUED FROM PAGE rOUK also account for other peculiaritie While ' much of 'his behavii could be from physical causes, th basic trouble is lack of prope training. Sometimes boys wh have been models of deportmcn up to H become hellions at tha age, but they still retain respec for elders and at least reasonab] behavior in the house. You grandson seems completely unin riibited, and it is up to his par tVHATYO OUKSON f HERE'S WHY... 1. Only Olanmor* ditrillt and bottfM thli whiskey, thus assuring Hi* tamt uniform, rich flavor. 2. Thi, whlthoy It 4 ytars old and hoi al- way* bwn a gtnuin* tour math bourbon. 3. Olonmort hat mad* moro Kontucky bourbon than any ohW dlttillory. Exptriinc* counts. GLENMORE KCHJUCKY I O U H O N ents to set him on the right track. He should, at least, he expected to show consideration for your home, your preference in tele- i," vision programs, and be restrained from exhibiting his bad traits before -smaller children.. Naturally your own position doesn't permit much correction without - causing friction, with, the parents, but you can insist on proper treatmerit of your furniture, U he throws anything on .the floor, he must be made'to pick it up. As 'Consolation--it's one of the 1 miracles of nature thnt a boy can be a demon at H and a perfect gentleman at 17, Some kinds of bhmboo nre found up ns high ns the snow line in the Andes of South America. Insurance MM Heals U.S. Commerce Group Washington -(/D- L»uronco F. Lee, president. of the'Peninsular Ufe Insurance Company, Jacksonville, Fb., . tqclay assumed the presidency of the (I. S. Chamber of Commerce. . Lee was elected by the Chamber's Board of Directors at a closing session at the business group's 40th annual meeting. Delegates went on record favoring prompt elimination of 'wage, price and reni controls; a celling on the .power of Congress to levy taxes, nnd a denunciation of any Slav grvernm«rt eharjcd directing a apy ring, P The diplomat, Vladimir' Xsr- , of the Soviet Embauy ttntii hi» presidential power to seize private I departure yesterday. companies. Rutsion Official Sent Homo After Spy Charge Belgrade, Yugoslavia -Wj-'flus sia has called home a top em It h estimated that V, 8 firm** !JJJ or* now own at Je«»t 7,000 m«- SS chanlcal cotton picker*, halt :»· jg million mechanical corn picker*, JS- 050,000 milking machines uid WO,- -Mv -looo bassy official whom the Yugo-'thrMhinf? «rain. combine* for cutting limn to Ih. NEWS. Mch wwkday, ot 7:30 AM, ·vtr ttotion KGIIH OKLAHOMA TIRE SUPPLY CO. Hundreds of Money-Saving Values! Sale ends Saturday! Just like the new cart! One control . . . Just Give it the gat . . . and Off it Goes! 18-ln. POWER MOWER Cuts grass in half, the time with one-tenth the effort. 1.1 h.p. Briggs Stratton or Clinton 4- cycle gas engine. Rugged all- steel construction. Storcaway handle. 5, self-sharpening, 18- inch blades. ROTARY POWER MOWER. Only Savage HAND MOWER $ M An CMy-rolling, imoothut ting mower. Lightweight. Quiet in operation.- Enclosed wheel j., Ballbearing equipped. 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